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  1. 1. e-Infrastructures state of play 2011 Eastern Europe Partnership EventPolicies for Development of e-Infrastructures in Eastern European Countries Bucharest, 7-8 November 2011 Kostas Glinos European Commission - DG INFSO Head of Unit, Géant and e-Infrastructures ••• 1
  2. 2. e-Infrastructure Visionempower research communities through ubiquitous, trusted and easy access to services for data,computation, communication and collaborative work ....... Scientific facilities, research communities ••• 2
  3. 3. EU Policy UpdateMultiannual Financial Framework   “Horizon 2020”   CEFe-Infrastructures   GÉANT Expert Group   Cloud Strategy   Communication on HPC   Scientific Information   International cooperation ••• 3
  4. 4. Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) – 29/06/2011•  Smart and Inclusive Growth - 47.89% –  Economic, Social and Territorial Cohesion - 36.68% •  Cohesion policy - 32.78% •  Connecting Europe Facility - 3.90% –  CSF research and innovation - 7.80% –  Others - 3.40%•  Sustainable Growth: Natural Resources - 37.36% –  CAP (direct payments + market expenditure) - 27.50% –  Rural development - 8.77% –  Others - 1.09%•  Security and citizenship - 1.81%•  Global Europe - 6.83%•  Administration - 6.11% ••• 4
  5. 5. Significant re-distribution in key policy areas ••• 5
  6. 6. CSF - HORIZON 2020Forthcoming steps•  30 November 2011 – EC adoption of Horizon 2020 draft legislative proposal•  5 December – 1st Innovation Convention•  6 December – Presentation to the Competiveness Council 6 •••
  7. 7. Common Strategic Framework architecture   Europe 2020 priorities European Research Area   International cooperation   Shared objectives and principles Tackling Societal Challenges Creating Industrial Leadership and Competitive Frameworks -  Health, demographic change and wellbeing -  Leadership in enabling and industrial -  Food security and the bio-based economy technologies -  Secure, clean and efficient energy - ICT -  Smart, green and integrated transport - Nanotech., Materials, Manuf. and Processing -  Supply of raw materials - Biotechnology -  Resource efficiency and climate action - Space -  Inclusive, innovative and secure societies -  Access to risk finance -  Innovation in SMEs Excellence in the Science Base -  Frontier research (ERC) -  Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) -  Skills and career development (Marie Curie) -  Research infrastructures    Simplified access   Common rules, toolkit of funding schemes   Dissemination & knowledge tranfer ••• 7
  8. 8. Connecting Europe Facility•  Infrastructure spending declining –  …whereas investment in infrastructure stimulates growth•  To promote the completion of EU single market –  "transport core network“ (EUR 21,7B + 10B from cohesion) –  "energy priority corridors" (9,1B) –  and key digital infrastructure (9,2B)•  Total budget: EUR 50 billion ••• 8
  9. 9. Telecom / Digital Infrastructures (from Guidelines, COM(2011) 657/3)–  Broadband networks •  Deployment of passive and active physical infrastructure, associated facilities and services •  Driven by Digital Agenda objectives for 30/100 Mb/s •  Up to 270B investment required by 2020! –  Financial instruments–  Digital Service infrastructures •  Core service platforms + generic services •  Remove bottlenecks for single market, economies of scale ••• 9
  10. 10. Géant Experts Group (GEG)  Provide a 2020 vision and recommendations for European Research and Education Networking  Composition:   Ziga Turk (Chair)   Arnd Bode, Vassilis Maglaris, Dorte Olesen, Roberto Saracco, Peter Tindemans, Pedro Veiga  Interviews with stakeholders: Dante, Surfnet, DFN, Bavarian CIO, Terena, Janet, Internet2, CERN, EBI, JIVE, CLAREN, Alcatel-Lucent, Level3, ETNO, Elsevier, Nordunet, e-IRG, …  Presentation of Report to VP Kroes on 4 October 2011 ••• 10 ••• 10
  11. 11. GÉANT 2020 as CommonsCommons is what we share “GÉANT 2020” is the•  “Creations […] that European communications belong to all of us commons where talent equally, and should be anywhere is able to collaborate preserved and with their peers around the maintained” onthecommons.org/ world and commons-glossary to have instantaneous and•  “resources that are unlimited access to any collectively owned or resource for knowledge shared between or among creation, innovation and populations” learning, unconstrained by the en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ barriers of the pre-digital world. The_commons ••• 11
  12. 12. GÉANT 2020 for Talent•  talent as ultimate “GÉANT 2020” is the economic resource European communications•  talent anywhere, talent commons from anywhere where talent anywhere is –  “GÉANT 2020 is rooted in able to collaborate with their values of equality, peers around the world and solidarity and freedom to have instantaneous and which are held in high unlimited access to any regard by Europeans”. resource for knowledge•  globally around the world creation, innovation and learning, unconstrained by the barriers of the pre-digital world. ••• 12
  13. 13. GÉANT 2020 for knowledge creation, innovation and learning•  a common enabling “GÉANT 2020” is the infrastructure for European European communications research and education commons where talent•  a collaboration platform for anywhere is able to knowledge communities collaborate with their peers•  an environment for around the world and knowledge creation, to have instantaneous and innovation and learning unlimited access to any resource for knowledge•  a transformative digital creation, innovation and ecosystem learning, unconstrained by the barriers of the pre-digital world. ••• 13
  14. 14. GÉANT 2020 Unconstrained by the past•  because Internet changes “GÉANT 2020” is the European everything! communications commons where talent anywhere is able to collaborate with their peers around the world and to have instantaneous and unlimited access to any resource for knowledge creation, innovation and learning, unconstrained by the barriers of the pre-digital world ••• 14
  15. 15. Goals that Fulfil the Vision ••• 15
  16. 16. Cloud Computing Challenges Interoperability  lock-in risks  portability of data Privacy & Legal  where is my data? whose law applies? who can access it? do I comply with data privacy regulations? Governance, control  no control of licensing terms, use of legacy applications Security, Dependability  data, outages ... ••• 16
  17. 17. Cloud Computing for Science Relevant Activities  eIRG white papers; eInfranet workshop  VENUS-C and StratusLab as initial deployments to evaluate potential of clouds  Deployment of clouds and virtualisation technologies in EGI? (focus of EGI Technical Forum)  SIENA: European roadmap on grid and cloud standards for eScience  European Cloud Computing Initiative How will clouds affect existing e-Infrastructures? How to deploy? What level (Institution/nation/EU/community…)? What business model? What relation to industry? How can the “market weight” of e-Science be used? ••• 17
  18. 18. HPC Strategy  … “the country that out-computes will be the one that out-competes” (US Council on Competitiveness)  Communication on HPC: “Europe’s place in a global race”   Planned for end 2011  Holistic European HPC strategy   Supply and demand   Academia and industry   Systems, software, applications, technologies   HPC development and deployment ••• 18
  19. 19. Scientific Information (1)•  Open Access now anchored in EU policy –  In the Digital Agenda and the Innovation Union•  Background –  COM 2007 “Scientific information in the digital age” –  COM 2009 “ICT Infrastructures for e-Science” –  FP7 pilot; support by OpenAIRE infrastructure –  “Riding the Wave” report –  FP7 implementation of “Scientific Data Infrastructure” •  from small discipline-centric projects to infrastructure initiatives structuring the SDI area•  Guiding principles –  Time/technology mature to link papers and data –  Open access for publications –  Pilot for scientific data in 2014 building on FP7 experience –  Open Access needs be a global policy ••• 19
  20. 20. Scientific Information (2)•  Communication & Recommendation –  By early 2012•  An action plan for scientific data –  Open Access: OpenAIRE+ and H2020 pilot –  Infrastructure development/deployment •  Repositories, preservation, persistence, trust, quality,… –  Ongoing studies to support policy development •  DOIs and DAIs, “European researcher passport” –  Support global initiatives and inform policy makers •  G8+O5 SOM in Cape Town, November 2011 •  Joint Call with NSF to create “DAITF” •  Workshop on 20 October in the European Parliament •  … ••• 20
  21. 21. Global reach of e-Infrastructures(the more people, machines and data are connected the more valuable the infrastructure)Drivers:•  Global research collaborations (global virtual research communities)•  Access to unique facilities, tools & data•  Supporting other European policies (e.g. partnerships with developing countries) ••• 21
  22. 22. Mechanisms of cooperation•  Bilateral or multilateral international agreements –  S&T cooperation agreements, Information Society dialogues, Ministerial Fora, or informal –  Eastern Europe Partnership (EaP)•  International connectivity –  Including support to projects in developing countries•  Peering of major computing infrastructures (e.g. EGI, DEISA) –  sharing of resources, joint operations etc•  Contribution to international standards; interoperability•  International participation in projects•  Joint Calls for proposals ••• 22
  23. 23. Eastern PartnershipEaP Summit, Warsaw, 29-30 September 2011 11 …facilitate participation in EU programmes and agencies (protocols signed with Ukraine and Moldova,…) 18 …a Common Knowledge and Innovation Space linked to Smart Growth and the EU innovation agenda will be established in order to give the policy more impact and visibility 29. …participants welcome the intention of the High Representative and the European Commission to propose by the end of this year a roadmap […] that would list the objectives, instruments and actions and guide and monitor their implementation until the next Summit in the second half of 2013EaP Framework 4-level governance 4 thematic platforms plus flagship initiatives ••• 23
  24. 24. Cooperation between EU & Neighbouring countriesEaP countries:•  Network: Armenia and Azerbaijan through HP-SEE; association to GN3 for Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova•  DCI: partners of EGI_Inspire (not AZ and UA); NGIs established•  HPC: countries are part of HP-SEE (except UA)•  Data and VRC: PESI (biodiversity data; GE & UA) & DEGISCO (desktop grid; UA)Western Balkans:•  Network: GN3 & Eduroam (FYROM, Montenegro, Croatia, Serbia)•  DCI: egi.eu (FYROM, Montenegro, Croatia, Serbia); EGI_Inspire (all);•  HPC: HP-SEE (except Croatia); PRACE (Serbia)•  Data: OPENAIRE+ (Croatia); VAMDC (Atomic and Molecular Data / Serbia)•  VRC: DRIHM (Hydro-meteorology / Serbia)•  FP7 association: FYROM, Montenegro, Croatia, Serbia, Albania, Bosnia- HerzegovinaCentral Asia:•  CAREN project allows connection of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan to GÉANT ••• 24
  25. 25. e-Infrastructure 2011 INCO activities(Global Research Communities need global e-Infrastructures)  Networking o  Connectivity to Central Asia (CAREN); Black Sea (HP-SEE) o  ORIENT+ to China o  AfricaConnect o  EUMedConnect 3 o  TEIN3  Computing and software o  International Exascale Software Project  Scientific Data o  Access, governance, preservation policies •  G8+O5 SOM, UNESCO, bilaterals o  Technical infrastructure and interoperability •  FP7 INFRASTRUCURES Call 10: coordinated with NSF ••• 25
  26. 26. e-Infrastructure deployment budgetsthrough development aid (through to 2011) ••• 26
  27. 27. Global Connectivity ••• 27
  28. 28. Summary, next challenges•  Global reach of networks; multilateral cooperation•  International resource sharing schemes (data, grid/ cloud systems etc.); from connectivity and grids to eScience policies•  Supporting user-community specific needs (incl. international dimension of ESFRI projects)•  International/regional governance?•  Call 10: International Cooperation –  including promoting the identification, development, integration and exploitation of the e-Infrastructures of common interest to Europe and to developing regions (e.g. Latin America)•  e-Infrastructure as a National priority ••• 28
  29. 29. Thank you! ••• 29
  30. 30. FP7-Infrastructures Call 9 Projects Overview 2.3.5. PRACE 3.4 SA – 3.5 NCPs 1.2.2 Data 1.2.1 e-Science env. M€ 18 M€ 5 M€ 45 M€ 27PRACE-2IP Discover the COSMOS OpenAIREplus BioVeL DRIHM FISCAL SCIDIP-ES ESPAS SCI-BUS EarthServer ELLA transPLANT VERCE N4U Virtual Campus Hub PanDataODI ENGAGE GLORIA GLOBAL excursion diXa iMarine ORIENTplus agINFRA EuroRIs-Net+ EUDAT M€18 M€ 5 M€ 45 M€ 27 Bdg M€ 95 In addition: Exa-scale HPC Call – 3 projects - M€ 25 ••• 30
  31. 31. e-Infrastructures spending Main user communities supported(excluding GN, EGI, HPC as a common benefit for all communities) ••• 31